Author loewis
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Date 2009-09-02.18:45:10
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A problem can only occur if you preserve a pointer to the buffer,
and the object gets a chance to change its buffer underneath. This
can happen when there are user-defined callback, and when other
threads can get control. In the cases being fixed, other threads
*can* get control, as the GIL is released. In the cases you discuss,
this cannot happen, since the GIL is not released, and no codepath
can lead to buffer reallocation.
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